PDMAB6723 : Auspicious Protective 108-Bead Rosary (Prakam Roi Paed) (KB Boonchum, Wat Phra That Don Rueang, Myanmar) with Katha:
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Name: 108-Bead Rosary (Prakam Roi Paed)
From: KB Boonchum, Wat Phra That Don Rueang, Myanmar
Size: length 42 cm, bead 0.8 cm
Information: This rosary is from KB Boonchum which KB Boonchum gave to KB Jina when he visited Phayao Province long time ago
In fact, KB Boonchum is very kind. He like to give people free amulets whenever .
KB Boonchum is familiar with Kruba Jina very much. When KB Boonchum comes to Phayao, always visits KB Jina and when KB Jina goes to Myanmar, always visits KB Boonchum.
Kruba Jina (aged 79, 59th year of monkhood, 2018 C.E.) of Wat Sri Jom Mueang, Phayao Province is a reverend guru monk in Northern Thailand. He is Burmese ethnic and an intimate senior of Kruba Boonchum.
Year: We got from the KB Jina in 2018 C.E., but Kruba has blessed before.
Material: the beads are made of wild wood
Ceremony: this auspicious rosary was properly blessed by KB Boonchum and KB Jina in the auspicious time
Power: This rosary can be a tool for meditation; making owner more mindful in daily life. By the way, the inside holy power will save holder from harm, spirits and bad things.
Hurry!! We have only 150 pieces.
Objective: to earn donations for developing and restoring the temple
Kruba Boonchum: A Truly Forest Meditation Monk
Kruba Boonchum was born in year BE2508 of Jan 5 at Pa Maisak Village, in Chiang Saen District in northern Thailand. He is a forest meditation monk, well known since the age of thirteen to a great numbers of devotees in Laos, Sipsongbanna of Yunnan Province in China, Shan State of the Union of Myanmar, Thailand for his solitary and serious meditation practice and faraway of Tibet and Bhutan.
Kruba Boonchum was ordained as monk at the age of eleven and after the completion of his primary education, with thirty-two other boys in 1975. After a year or two, all of them returned to lay life, except Kruba Boonchum who has taken interest in meditation. After studying Buddhist scriptures for a year and having completed Nak Dham Tri, the first foundation level of formal Dharma examinations. He wanted to learn the Buddha's teaching in a more practical way. So, whenever given opportunity he would approach well known meditation teachers in northern Thailand and learnt from them. Sometime he would go and meditate in the cemetery or on corpses. Unusually quiet and meditative for his age, he was often teased by other novices. But that did not deter him from going into the meditation practice deeper and seriously than any of the monasteries would offer to a young novice of his age.
Kruba Boonchum serious meditation practice attracted devotees who started making offerings, including money, to him. He donated all the offerings to others, all local Chiang Saen people known about this. Whenever devotees came, he would also do chanting to invoke blessings of the Buddha on them and explain them the Buddha's dhamma in simple terms. He usually talked about the admiration he had on the Buddha's life leading to meditation on the Buddha (Buddhanussati), the Buddha's teaching on the five precepts; the loathsome nature of the body (asubha-bhavana) and the inevitability of death (maranassati) and meditation on compassion (metta). His chanting took approximately two hours and he did so with deep concentration and a beautiful voice. His chants were all in Pali and what have been preserved in the forest meditation tradition in Lanna, northern Thailand and in the eastern Shan State of Burma. His style and his strong faith in chanting awakened the seed of devotion in many who heard it.
Kruba Boonchum was not around because he went to 'Tudong' and ever practiced meditation in the cave without speaking and going anywhere for 3 years, 3 months and 3 days. He is highly esteemed by Buddhists of Myanmar, Tibet and Bhutan.
**MIRACLE** Kruba Boonchum had accurate utterance about the 13 lives (12 boys and 1 coach) in the Cave
According to the famous news about 13 lives getting stuck in the cave Khun Nam Nang Non, Chiang Rai Province, Thailand for 10 days (23 June - 2 July). During the difficult time, on 29 June 2018 people invited Kruba Boonchum to perform holy ritual to help the missing 13 people. When Kruba Boonchum finished, he said all 13 lives were still safe and waiting for help, about a few days the rescue team would find them. On 2 July 2018, SEALs really found 13 lives as Kruba said.
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